The question on everyone’s lips (and teeth) is ‘do invisible braces exist?’ Braces are sort of known for being very, well, visible. They’re not the easiest orthodontic treatment to hide or disguise, with a lot of teens and adults being somewhat embarrassed of their appearance. If you could picture braces that were the total inverse… Continue reading »
In the UK, more than 7,800 people were diagnosed with mouth cancer last year, says Hull dentist Nick Allday, the principal dentist at Manor Dental Health in Willerby Road. The number of people being diagnosed with mouth cancer has grown by around a third in the last decade and it remains one of very few… Continue reading »
When you have braces, brushing your teeth is suddenly a little more awkward than before. This doesn’t mean it’s impossible or even hard to do though, it just takes a little perseverance and trying some new top tips! Your results will look all the better for having healthier and cleaner teeth as well as being… Continue reading »
According to Colgate, 50% of adults over 30 have experienced, or are experiencing, some form of gum disease. This is not only preventable by looking after your teeth properly, but it can also be avoided by having dental implants fitted to replace missing teeth.
Hull dental practice, Manor Dental Health on Willerby Road, has invested in a state-of-the-art aqua jet spray polishing system using Sylc®. This technologically proven product brightens teeth and soothes sensitivity leaving you with a smooth and sparkling smile. Air polishing uses water, air and a fine, flavoured powder to gently and naturally remove plaque and… Continue reading »
Straight teeth definitely aren’t bad for you, but what about the method we use to achieve them? Are braces bad for you, or do they work to achieve amazing health benefits for your teeth and gums? We understand why some people might be put off by braces, especially as adults, but there really is no… Continue reading »
The world of gum health is changing and dentists and hygienists are learning that we need to rethink our actions after screening for gum disease. As many of you are aware we score your gums between 0 and 4. Zero is the best you can get while 4 indicates gum disease. It’s pretty black and… Continue reading »